Bryan Lust, site manager for Kimberly-Clark, walks across the 67-acre former site of the company’s Everett mill in March 2017. (Ian Terry / Herald file)

Bryan Lust, site manager for Kimberly-Clark, walks across the 67-acre former site of the company’s Everett mill in March 2017. (Ian Terry / Herald file)

Port hopes to close deal for Kimberly-Clark site, has plans

Generations worked at the Everett mill until its closure in 2012, which left behind empty, polluted land.

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